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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Suspect arrested in connection to Waynesboro murderA Waynesboro man has been arrested in connection to a murder at an apartment co
Suspect arrested in connection to Waynesboro murder
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 2 days ago
A Waynesboro man has been arrested in connection to a murder at an apartment complex. According to the Waynesboro Police Department, Allen Lewis Chambers was initially taken into custody for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Authorities said... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Early harvest a sweet signGeorge Neufeld's eyes scan across the front of the Holmer harvester as it whisk
Early harvest a sweet sign
Chatham Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
George Neufeld's eyes scan across the front of the Holmer harvester as it whisks over the leafy green head of the sugar beet rows Monday. “We started a couple of hours ago,” said Neufeld. “It's going to be some long days coming up.” The sugar beet... Read more
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News.com.au
Court of Appeal rules on Dana Vulin attacker Natalie Dimitrovska’s 17-year sentenceWestern Australia Dana Vulin leaves court after the sentencing of her attack
Court of Appeal rules on Dana Vulin attacker Natalie Dimitrovska’s 17-year sentence
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
Western Australia Dana Vulin leaves court after the sentencing of her attacker Natalie Dimitrovska in October 2013. Source: News Limited THE woman who set Dana... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘She now is living hell on earth’Dana Vulin leaves court after the sentencing of her attacker Natalie Dimitrovsk
‘She now is living hell on earth’
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Dana Vulin leaves court after the sentencing of her attacker Natalie Dimitrovska in October 2013. THE woman who set Dana Vulin alight — causing her life-threatening burns — has lost an appeal against the 17-year jail sentence. Natalie Dimitrovska... Read more
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Perth Now
Dana Vulin’s attacker to serve 17 yearsDana Vulin leaves court after the sentencing of her attacker Natalie Dimitrovsk
Dana Vulin’s attacker to serve 17 years
Perth Now / Posted 12 days ago
Dana Vulin leaves court after the sentencing of her attacker Natalie Dimitrovska in October 2013. THE woman who set Dana Vulin alight — causing her life-threatening burns — has lost an appeal against the 17-year jail sentence. Natalie Dimitrovska... Read more
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Perth Now
Appeal: Dana’s attacker fights 17-year jailDana Vulin leaves court after the sentencing of her attacker Natalie Dimitrovsk
Appeal: Dana’s attacker fights 17-year jail
Perth Now / Posted 12 days ago
Dana Vulin leaves court after the sentencing of her attacker Natalie Dimitrovska in October 2013. WA’S highest court will rule on the fate of the woman who set Dana Vulin alight when it hands down its judgment on her appeal against her 17-year... Read more
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WA Today
Kneejerk mandatory sentencing will lock up WA children'Not only have WA's mandatory sentencing laws not been proven to work, they hav
Kneejerk mandatory sentencing will lock up WA children
WA Today / Posted 13 days ago
'Not only have WA's mandatory sentencing laws not been proven to work, they have been indirectly discriminatory in their effect on Indigenous people and especially children' Photo: Harry Afentoglou Like all West Australians, I want to live in a... Read more
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Literary Minded
The Health Wrap: The Vegemite news spread; On your bike (sans helmet); a chronic problem; funding medical research and teens’ troubling mental health. –This week’s Health Wrap is compiled by my colleague Megan Howe, the Sax Institu
The Health Wrap: The Vegemite news spread; On your bike (sans helmet); a chronic problem; funding medical research and teens’ troubling mental health. –
Literary Minded / Posted 14 days ago
This week’s Health Wrap is compiled by my colleague Megan Howe, the Sax Institute’s Publications Manager. Enjoy the Wrap and tweet us via @medicalmedia or @meghowe68 if you have any ideas for future issues. The Vegemite news spread The use and... Read more
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Perth Now
Grog tops WA drug tollWA Chief Justice Wayne Martin says alcohol abuse is a bigger headache for the W
Grog tops WA drug toll
Perth Now / Posted 16 days ago
WA Chief Justice Wayne Martin says alcohol abuse is a bigger headache for the WA justice system than all the other illicit drugs combined. ALCOHOL abuse is a bigger headache for the WA justice system than all the other illicit drugs combined,... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
UA's SWC successes worth celebratingFAYETTEVILLE -- As former Hogwild Band director Jim Robken cleverly added his r
UA's SWC successes worth celebrating
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
FAYETTEVILLE -- As former Hogwild Band director Jim Robken cleverly added his revised version of "All My Exes Live in Texas" into the musical repertoire during the Razorbacks' lame duck 1990-1991 Southwest Conference season before leaving for the... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Seniors claim titleThe Orillia National Nutrition senior squad recently secured its fourth consecu
Seniors claim title
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 18 days ago
The Orillia National Nutrition senior squad recently secured its fourth consecutive Simcoe-Muskoka Senior Slo-pitch championship when they defeated second-place Barrie Green, 12-6, in Game 1 of a doubleheader. With the victory, the local squad... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Seniors claim titleThe Orillia National Nutrition senior squad recently secured its fourth consecu
Seniors claim title
Barrie Examiner / Posted 18 days ago
The Orillia National Nutrition senior squad recently secured its fourth consecutive Simcoe-Muskoka Senior Slo-pitch championship when they defeated second-place Barrie Green, 12-6, in Game 1 of a doubleheader. With the victory, the local squad... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder more widespread in WA than thoughtFoetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder mislabelled, more widespread in WA than though
Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder more widespread in WA than thought
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder mislabelled, more widespread in WA than thought, researcher says Photo: FASD can cause delayed development, birth defects, poor growth and brain damage. (Ian Waldie, file photo: Getty Images) Foetal Alcohol Spectrum... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Number of crimes by ice addicts 'truly frightening'Number of crimes committed by methamphetamine addicts 'truly frightening', WA's
Number of crimes by ice addicts 'truly frightening'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 22 days ago
Number of crimes committed by methamphetamine addicts 'truly frightening', WA's top judge says Photo: WA's Chief Justice Wayne Martin says he is "enormously worried" about methamphetamine use spreading in Indigenous communities. (NSW Police:... Read more
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WA Today
WA police union wants officers to carry guns in courtShould WA Police follow NSW and be allowed to carry weapons in court? The WA p
WA police union wants officers to carry guns in court
WA Today / Posted 24 days ago
Should WA Police follow NSW and be allowed to carry weapons in court? The WA police union wants the Barnett government to follow New South Wales' lead and allow officers to wear guns in court. NSW's deputy Premier and police minister Troy Grant... Read more
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Literary Minded
Western Australia: wake up to yourself #JustJustice –Comments by the Chief Justice of Western Australia and associated media reports
Western Australia: wake up to yourself #JustJustice –
Literary Minded / Posted 26 days ago
Comments by the Chief Justice of Western Australia and associated media reports reveal a simplistic, unhelpful view of the complex factors contributing to the over-incarceration of Aboriginal people, according to public health practitioner Summer May... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Young Aboriginal people consider jail a rite of passage, WA Chief Justice says Photo: liSome children are deliberately committing crimes to enter detention
Young Aboriginal people consider jail a rite of passage, WA Chief Justice says
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 27 days ago
Photo: liSome children are deliberately committing crimes to enter detention centres, Chief Justice Wayne Martin says. Young Aboriginal people consider detention or jail... Read more
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WA Today
Chief Justice says some Aboriginal children in WA 'seek out' detentionWA Chief Justice Wayne Martin says young Aboriginal children in the state are i
Chief Justice says some Aboriginal children in WA 'seek out' detention
WA Today / Posted 27 days ago
WA Chief Justice Wayne Martin says young Aboriginal children in the state are intentionally being caught committing crimes so they can escape cycles of abuse. Photo: Erin Jonasson EJZ Aboriginal children in remote communities see detention "as a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Disability justice centre finally opens for mentally-impaired accused in Western Australia Western Australia's first Disability Justice Centre will
Disability justice centre finally opens for mentally-impaired accused
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 27 days ago
in Western Australia Western Australia's first Disability Justice Centre will finally provide civilised treatment for some of the community's most vulnerable people, says Chief... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
20th anniversary of arts-based education program celebratedDURHAM, N.C. (AP) - Teachers, artists and others are gathering in Durham to cel
20th anniversary of arts-based education program celebrated
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 28 days ago
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - Teachers, artists and others are gathering in Durham to celebrate the 20th anniversary of an arts-based education program. They'll meet Monday through Wednesday to mark the longevity and success of the A+ Schools Program, which... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
20th anniversary of arts-based education program celebratedDURHAM, N.C. (AP) - Teachers, artists and others are gathering in Durham to cel
20th anniversary of arts-based education program celebrated
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 28 days ago
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - Teachers, artists and others are gathering in Durham to celebrate the 20th anniversary of an arts-based education program. They'll meet Monday through Wednesday to mark the longevity and success of the A+ Schools Program, which... Read more

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